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Creative continues ZEN range with Mozaic media player

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Creative today announced the launch of the ZEN Mozaic portable media player for music, photos and video, featuring a 1.8in LCD colour screen, FM radio, voice recorder and built-in speaker.

Available silver, pink and black, four different memory sizes will be on sale, 2GB at £50, 4GB at £60, 8GB at £80 - all of which will be on the shelves in the UK from the beginning of August and the 16GB at £120, which will be available after the summer.

Creative ZEN Mozaic portable media player

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A range of accessories will also launch to accompany the compact player - which measures 79.5 x 40 x 12.8mm - including a docking speaker system, soft pouch with carabiner clip, armband and silicon skin packs.

The Mozaic will support most audio formats including MP3, WMA, WMA-DRM 10 and Audible (Format 4) as well as JPEG images.

It's also bundled with the new Creative Centrale application, which organises and tags music, photos and video, creates playlists and transcodes video to the proprietary video format.

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